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A SQUARE: The state of the water industry 2009

Monday, September 07, 2009
How has the water industry developed recently and what are the opportunities and risks for investors?.

A SQUARE :: 07Sep09 A SQUARE: The state of the water industry 2009
Category Water
Author Florian Guldner
Investing in water:



- How can investors access the water industry?

- Opportunities and risks

- The water industry in the financial crisis

- Recent trends and highlights

- Recent performance of funds investing in water technology

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